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thank you salt lake. greta is up next. see you back tomorrow night from new york. thanks for being with us. [ applause ] >> greta: tonight is beginning to feel like the thriller in manila. huge fights erupting michigan, wisconsin, nevada, pennsylvania, georgia, that's only a few. how bad is it? we start in nevada. governor gibbons joins us live, good evening governor. >> greta, good evening, nice to be on your show. >> greta: nice to have you, sir. you want the state of nevada to be part of this lawsuit filed in florida, challenging the constitutionality of the mandate in the health care bill. is that so? >> yes, that is correct. any time you have an infraction of the constitutional rights, especially those of us in nevada, i've taken an oath to protect the people of nevada and i will do so. >> greta: aren't you boss? the attorney general of your state says no dice, not going to file. are you the boss of your state or not under the law? >> under the law, i am. i asked the attorney general to participate in bringing a lawsuit again the federal government. she has said she doesn't th
greta is next. we'll see you back tomorrow night. she goes on the record tonight, great take it away. >> greta: thank you. tonight breaking news. alaska says it wants in. into the lawsuit with the other states taking on the government over health care. joining us by phone alaska governor parnell. nice to hear from you tonight, sir. >> great to be with you again greta, thanks. >> greta: you want into this lawsuit? >> i do. i'm one of these governors that thinks and then acts. i asked my attorney general quite a few weeks ago to do the legal analysis on this for ourselves so we would know we were acting in good faith doing our homework and avoiding the politics of the moment. yesterday i a briefing from the attorney general. he gave me a 50 page memo on just a very detailed analysis. i thought it was so important what i saw and heard that today i released that attorney general's memorandum and announced that alaska was joining the other states in florida's legal action against the federal government. >> greta: have you spoken to the attorney general in florida? have you designated your
hannity.com. greta is next. [ cheering ] >> greta: tonight, bristol palin goes on the record. you are about to find out her baby's first sentence. governors, lt. governors and attorneys generals are all turning on each other. she said the heck with her attorney general she got a new statute bypassing her state's attorney general and announcing here she is suing the feds on behalf of arizona over health care. also last night. nevada's governor jim gibbons likewise said, heck with his attorney general and found a free lawyer to sue the feds. tonight there's more, another state, another announcement this time from missouri lt. governor peter kinder he joins us live. good evening, sir. >> thank you for having me, greta. >> greta: your governor does not want to sue the federal government over this health care and join the law sought in florida ornish chait his own. what are you going to do? >> i'm gonna be filing suit before the end of this month in federal court on behalf of missouri. a statutory obligation as chief advocate for our state many seniors going to be hurt perhaps among th
heart be troubled, the news continues, greta is next. >> greta: former speaker of the house newt gingrich is here to explain this: >> the president of the united states the most radical president in american history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the american people. he has said i run a machine, i own washington and there's nothing you can do about it. that's where we are. >> greta: speaker gingrich joins us live near washington. the most radical president in american history. >> i think that's clearly true. look at what they did with general motors and chrysler, taking money from the stockholders and bond holders and giving it to the unions. look what they did in ramming through the trillion dollar health bill. look what they are doing with a pay czar in the white house which is is an unconstitutional office that has an individual person who decides what banks should be able to earn. you have never seen this left wing, this interventionist this big government and in foreign policy, i think this misleading an administration. think by any reasonable standard this is far and a
here tomorrow night. thanks as always for being here. >> greta: tonight arizona says to the feds if you don't do it, we will. what does their senior u.s. senator mccain think about that? senator mice to see you. >> thank you greta -- senator nice to see you. >> thank you greta for having me again. >> greta: many people are giving arizona a lot of heat over this statute that has been passed and governor brewer has signed into whraufplt is your thought about the fed -- into law what is your thought about the battle over immigration? >> the governor acted out of sheer frustration that the federal government is not carrying out its constitutional responsibilities to secure our border. our board unsecure. i'd like to give you two numbers to indicate that in the tucson sector last year 241,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended. we figure they catch one the of four, one out of five. that means over a million crossed our border illegally last year. can you imagine what that does to the people that live in southern arizona. the second number is 1.7 million pounds of marijuana were interdicted
and improved tiger woods. is it an all new and improved harry reid? he sat down with greta who flew out to his hometown of searchlight, nevada, talked about a whole bunch of stuff. harry made it very clear, wherever he goes, people tell him how much they love the new health care thing. they love it even though it gets a bad rap. >> because the allowed minority made a lot of noise, now that the legislation passed, it's amazing how much different people's attitude is. i mean, traveling on an airplane, people are so nice to me. >> would you like a coke, mr. reid? >> ok, that's an interesting way of phrasing it. i guess people only on airplanes like -- >> they could be the only time he interfaces with the public. i mean, he's got security around him all the time. >> that could be. he had some interesting comments with regard to that cornhusker kickback deal. you remember when ben nelson, the senator, only his state was going to get this wonderful kickback thing and a lot of people said that doesn't seem so fair. you know what ends up happening, everyone gets it. the only problem is we have to p
. >> thank you. thank you. >> and coming up... we're going to say hi to greta. >> greta: it is loud tlchl i'm sitting in your studio in new york city. it's nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. there is a great show tonight. carl rove is going to join us to go on the record z guess what? in michigan pafrt of the country is tea party in the story z chris rock gives david letterman a hard time. and more, back to you. >> sean: greta take good care of the studio. i'm going to be with carl rove in kansas city tomorrow. john richards is going to be there. go to my web site. coming up live from southern republican leadership conference rick perry will be here and will join us and one of the leading voices in the nation, indiana congressman is going to be here. live from hannity from new orleans straight ahead. i'm gonna take allison jenkins to the senior prom in this. one day, i'll park this in a spot reserved for me. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are they'll own it one day,
these offices. >> amy, i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> well, greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in this day and age a lot of our political discourse through the media and in politics directly has become very partisan. and we were trying to write a book, and we hope we did, it's not partisan. i'm confident we did but there was stuff in here that was not reported not just as aheut the there was a lot not reported by the republicans. we're heartened by the fact the book has received praise from people on the left and the right. sean hannity said some very nice things about the book and so did ed schultz. and the extent that it has won in this realm is that we reported everything that we could find that we thought was germane without fear of or favor. and with an eye towards history and illuminating what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i'll just say quickly that, you know, why wasn't this stuff reported in real time? you know, people aren't going to be forthcoming the way they were with us in the heat of
, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave
went on the record last night with greta. >> it's illegal. that's the whole question. it's illegal to cross the border without having papers. and we have over a thousand illegal immigrants come across the border a day, and of those that are apprehended, 87 percent of them have criminal records. so they're using up our school dollars, they're using up our hospital dloors, they're using up our court dollars, and they're using up our incarceration dollars. bill: and that is where the battle is being joined. karl rove joins us, former senior adviser, deputy chief of staff to president bush, also a fox news contributor and author of the book-courage and consequence". his book tour continues and we find him in salt lake city. good morning to you. >> good morning. bill: you weighed in on saturday on fox & friends, then in florida, there was a piece about how you reacted then, but i don't have a firm idea yet whether or not you think it's a good law or bad law, whether or not it can be enforced or not enforced. where are you on this arizona deal? >> look, i would prefer that it were not pa
-- join us, go to hannity got sarah palin's real american stories coming up next. >> greta: welcome to real american stories. i'm sarah palin. ism, courage, generosity and a warrior spirit these are the thing has that unite all americans our ancestors from around the world boarded boats leaving behind everything. because in america, anything is possible. those first fearless souls believed freedom was their destiny. our proud history is a record of their vision and determination. the fight for life without tyranny. from the revolutionaries of 1776 to the greatest generation and today, americans have always answered the call. risking life for liberty to defend our country and protect the world. tonight, real american stories celebrates our heroes. we are going to introduce to you some americans who have made inspirational choices. we'll also tell you amazing tales that reaffirm our pioneering spirit and unmatched generosity at home and around the world. we begin with an american who is changing the lifers of thousands of young people -- changing the lives of thousands of young people
to see you, thank you. [ inaudible ] [ cheering ] >> greta: it is loud there. i am sitting in your yes in new york city so it is very nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. we have a great show tonight karl rove is going to be joining us to go on the record. griff jenkins is in michigan with the tea party and the bart stupak story. chris rock gives david letterman a hard time that and much more. back to you. >> sean: take good care of the i'm going to be with karl rove in kansas city tomorrow. go to hannity.com. coming up live from the southern republican leadership conference, texas governor perry will be here. plus one of the leading conservative voices in the nation, indiana congressman pence is going to stop by. that and more coming up from new orleans. when you have diabetes like me, you have questions. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food affects my numbe
majority leader goes on the record tonight with greta. that's coming up at 10:00. right after hannity, right here on the fox news channel. 5%5%%%5%5%%%%%5$5$%$%$$$e$o$dc@> [ birds reech ] [ loud rumbling ] [ rifle fires ] [ announcer ] if you think about it, this is what makes theladders different... from other job search sites. we only want the big jobs. join theladders.com. a premium job site for only $100k+ jobs... and only $100k+ talent. nine >> sean: prince harry reid is not the=múm most popular guy in his home state of nevada. it happens he starting to realize it. he cancelled a scheduled appearance at a mormon church last sunday because protesters threatened to show up. even his press secretary said none were threatening violence. since when is the senator afraid of protesters? i'm guessing he thought this scene which took place a week ago in his hometown when the tea party movement kicked off a cross country tour would play itself out again. i'm also guessing prince harry won't be making too many public appearances between now and november given his fan base seems to have dim
will never believe why. the senate majority leader goes on the record tonight with greta. that's coming up at 10:00. right after hannity, right here on the fox news channelelel boss: so word's gettin' out that geico can help people save in even more ways - on motorcycle insurance, rv, camper, boat insurance. nice work, everyone. exec: well, it's easy for him. he's a cute little lizard. gecko: ah, gecko, actually - exec: with all due respect, if i was tiny and green and had a british accent i'd have more folks paying attention to me too... i mean - (faux english accent) "save money! pip pip cheerio!" exec 2: british? i thought you were australian. gecko: well, it's funny you should ask. 'cause actually, i'm from - anncr: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. if you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure or diabetes, you may also have very high triglycerides -- too much fat in the blood. it's a serious medical condition. lovaza, along with diet, effectively lowers very high triglycerides in adults but has not been shown to prevent heart attacks o
. he was on greta last night. let's see what he has to say. >> it does clearly state that you have to have reasonable cause to stop someone so what's being portrayed out there is that you can just willie nilly stop someone is not accurate. you have to have reasonable cause. let me put in layman's terms, if i could, we have a seat belt law that if you stop someone for speeding, say, or reckless driving and that person doesn't have a seat belt on, then you can give them a citation. but you can't stop them just for not having the seat belt fastened. see my point? >> so, senator mccain who, by the way, has surged now, according to rasmussen has a 24-point lead in the senate race against j.d.hayworth. he said hey, everybody take a step back, this is not as radical as you think. this is john mccain, he has some experience. that's governor brewer. she's taking drastic action. my feeling is this. what does shakira think? let's go to shakira right now and find out how she feels about the law. shakira? >> i'm in a position to this law because it is a violation of human and civil rights. it
% but fox is still crowing, smith, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave foley, the kids in the hall, 1994. does this remain you of anybody?
these offices. >> i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in a state of age a lot of our political discourse to the media and politics directly has become very partisan. we're trying to write a book and we hope we did, that is not person. because there is nothing here that was not ever reported, not just the caller suggested about the democrats there's it stuff never report about the republicans. we are heartened by the fact that the book is received praise from people on the left and the right. john hannity said some very nice things about the book as did head shows that i think the strength of the book, the extent it has one in this realm, as we reported everything we could find that we thought was germane to telling the story about both parties, candidates in both parties, without fear of or favor and with an eye toward history and a looming what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i was just a quickly, why wasn't the stuff report in real-time? you know, people are going to be fort
in a somewhat fiery exchange, with greta van susteren on the record. >> i think a lot of people were disturbed about the fact on the eve of the e vote, that two senators meet and president obama promised transparency and all of a sudden, senator ben nelson walk out and suddenly says i'm going to vote on this, and, it wasn't your promise on transparency, it was the president's and i got a special deal for my state and all the other states are standing around, saying, what about us. >> do you think it would have been better i let the bill fail? >> that... i mean, i don't -- >> you are speechless. >> speechless, i don't think -- this is the way it appeared to the american people, is that this senator, senator ben nelson, was for sale. that is the way it looked like and it was a sale, the price of all the other american taxpayers are paying for and many people even in nebraska didn't understand, why he got this. >> greta, lete say this. i kw fox loves to be rate anything that is democratic in nature. but, let me say this: ben nelson is an honorable man, i -- really a good senator and represents hi
morning, marc, good morning, john, good morning, greta. i have seen you guys on other shows. one of the things that is fascinating to me is that the country seems to be in a state of cognitive dissonance. and barack obama is incompetent, unprepared, on qualified to be president, john mccain is this. based on what you guys have said this morning, the exact opposite -- the reverse is true to barack obama seems to be hope and change and all that, but he seems to be a very savvy politician, a brilliant strategic thinker, a very well- prepared, understands the issues, and yet all the buzz right now is about sarah palin, who mostly speaks -- her vocabulary is mostly monosyllabic, and i have not heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now. i am just amazed -- are you amazed that the country is so enamored with sarah palin, who lacks intellectual curiosity, lacks the depth. she is mostly a vacuous -- guest: i'm a big fan of monosyllabics, so i have to differ from the caller there at that that is a problem. with all due resp
their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badly. people on main street still are w
that list as we go to sebastian, florida. on the democratic line, go ahead. >> caller: thank you, greta. kenneth, i looked at the massachusetts race. and you just said $400,000 for the tea parties. the chamber of commerce -- >> i'm so sorry about that, caller. i pushed the wrong button. please call again. we'll try to get you on air. my apologies. robert on the independent line. go ahead. >> caller: good morning, mr. vogel and greta. >> yes. >> caller: what i have to say is a comment. i hate distortions. i hate lies. and i hate fraud. we've seen a lot of this from the republican party. their follow-up on fox news and everybody keep carrying this. so tell me, is it against the law for fox news and their contributors to be raising money for the republican party? that's all i have to say. >> guest: it's actually not. this is an interesting sort of line of inquiry that we've seen in recent days. pushed by some on the left including media matters. sort of a left-leaning media watchdog that has raised legitimate -- has raised concerns using legitimate numbers about fundraising political actio
with greta van susteren last night and talked about why she is taking this to end. >> i'm living the life experience right now and i think it's still a huge number of girls getting pregnant each year and i think more people need to talk about it and it should be more of a national discussion. >> steve: she's helping make it just that. public service announcement will air through high schools through the next month. >> gretchen: check out this video, the driver of the car you see right here, under that utility pole. the driver still in the car with that pole and the driver is alive. he walks away without a scratch. the roof of his car peeled back as the pole crashes through his passenger side windshield. he had no idea what was going on, as you can imagine if that happened to you. >> steve: what was that noise? >> brian: let's talk about tiger woods because you know he'll be playing today, tee off in a foursome and we'll see what happens on saturday. something else is coming to a television near you. that is a nike ad where tiger basically gets words from his dad from the grave about what
win as an independent in a 3-way race." florida, go ahead. caller: greta, i watch you all the time. i have two statements. host: make it quick, mary. caller: yes, i will. regarding meeks, everyone keeps forgetting about meeks. one lady said yesterday that democrats need to vote for meeks. i'm going to be there. i'm going to vote for meeks. but see how republicans push everyone out, getting this rubio guy in there, the tea party. you're fooling yourself if you think rubio will win, but that's another story. guest: as far as meek goes, he's a fromi -- formidable candidate, a state trooper, an african american who can rally votes back there. and you have a race between meeks, rubio, and crist, it would seem to look good for meeks, because you would have crist and rubio duking it out for conservative votes. host: winston-salem, north carolina. larry, independent line. good morning. caller: one quick comment. a lot of people in this nation have forgotten we're a republic, not a two-party system or otherwise. this is the first time i've done this in my life, i hate what is happening to our
ahead. >> caller: good morning, marc, john, greta politico of things, one is i seen you guys on other shows and one of the things that's fascinating to me is the country seems to be a state of dissidents, barack obama is the on prepared and unqualified to be president. john mccain is the longtime politician with experience and based on what you guys have said this morning to me the exact opposite, the reverse is true. barack obama seems to be hoping and change and all that but he seems to be a very savvy politician, brilliant strategic thinker and a very well-prepared and understands the issues and yet all of the buzz right now about sarah palin who mostly speaks and her vocabulary is mostly models love it and i haven't heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now and i'm just amazed are you amazed the country is so enamored with sarah palin who lacks intellectual curiosity, blacks debt and is mostly black -- >> host: mark halperin? >> guest: i have to disagree that is a problem. you know, with all the respect to that cal
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